James Van De Velde, Adjunct Faculty

James Van de Velde, Ph.D., a Lecturer at the Center for Advanced Governmental Studies, Johns Hopkins University and Adjunct Faculty at the School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, is also a Lieutenant Commander in the US Naval Intelligence Reserves, where he teaches courses on Intelligence Collection, Cyber Warfare and WMD Terrorism at the National Intelligence University. He is also a Lead Associate for the consulting firm, Booz Allen Hamilton, where he consults for the US Intelligence Community.

Dr. Van de Velde is a former White House Appointee in the US Department of State for nuclear weapons arms control under President George H. W. Bush, a former Lecturer and Residential College Dean at Yale University, and a former career Foreign Service Officer for the US State Department of State.

Dr. Van de Velde currently consults with US Cyber Command on US cyber strategy. He has consulted previously on national security affairs with Special Operations Command, the Open Source Academy, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the National Counter Proliferation Center, the National Counter Terrorism Center, the US Joint Staff, and the US Department of Treasury.

Dr. Van de Velde is an Associate Member of the International Institute of Strategic Studies and has held fellowships at the Center for International Security and Arms Control at Stanford University and the US-Japan Program at Harvard University. Dr. Van de Velde received his B.A. from Yale University in 1982 and his Ph.D. in National Security Affairs from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy in 1988.

Dr. Van de Velde’s recent publications include:

Find him on Twitter @jamesvandevelde or his LinkedIn page.

 

James Van de Velde